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Question by  Jenno (57)

What do they do to your cuticles when you get a manicure?

What purpose does it serve?


Answer by  katherine (161)

While you are getting a manicure, they normally cut them, moisturize, and they also push the cuticles back. There are several reasons why they do it. They use a stick to push them back for a nice clean look, because it shows more of the nail bed. Moisturizing keeps them from cracking and cutting them makes them look trim.


Answer by  LauraB (14)

When getting a manicure your cuticles are pushed back, moisturized, and often cut. There are several reasons for this. Pushing back cuticles with an orange stick exposes more of the nail bed, creating a more even look. Cutting cuticles keeps nails neat & trim looking. Moisturizing them prevents cracking.


Answer by  NGoodson (3395)

When you get a manicure they usually moisturize your cuticles and trim them. This keeps them healthy and helps your nails grow in healthy.


Answer by  lexuslady315 (635)

They cut your dead cuticle and push back the rest of it to give ytour nail room to grow. Cutting the dead also allows for the nail to stop fixing

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